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State 4-H Teen Council & Officer Information
This page contains information for the State 4-H Teen Council Members and State 4-H Officers. Additional information for agents can be found on the agent resource guide. Parents or youth interested in learning more about the State 4-H Teen Council should contact their county agent.
Since 2006, the Kentucky 4-H Program has been collecting responses from STC members on "What 4-H Means to Me...". Check out the collected list of inspirational and heartwarming meaning that 4-H members has found through our program over the years. Click here!
Meeting 1 - 9/5-7/2014 Meeting Packet (Link)
Meeting 2 - 11/7-9/2014 Meeting Packet (Link) [includes fundraising info]
Meeting 3 - 2/6-8/2015 Meeting Packet (Link)
Meeting 4 -
2014 - 2015 STC Application Information
Form 1 - Letter to Delegates (Link)
Form 2 - Cover Page & Essay (Link)
Form 3 - Application (Link)
Form 4 - Participant Information Form (Link)
Meeting Schedule (See Application for Meeting Dates)
STC Programs/Yearly Initiatives
2014-2015 - Coming Soon!
2011-2012 STC - True You Positive Self Image Program
- Program Guide (Link to document)
- Power Point (Link to document)
- Evolution of a Guy Model Video (Link to video)
- Evolution of a Girl Model Video (Link to Video)
State 4-H Officer Materials
These are fillable pdf forms and can be sent by clicking the "submit" button on each page.
State 4-H Officer Candidate Materials
State 4-H Officer applications are now being accepted. Interested candidates must submit a completed application with references AND a copy of their silver/gold honors award. Officer slating will be April 16-17, 2015 in the Lexington, KY area (final location TBA). Officer applications should be mailed by March 6, 2015. Submission through post office is preferred but please follow up with a clear, scanned copy by the deadline. Fax is NOT preferred. Contact Mark Mains (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information.
Rubrics (please study):
- Application Rubric (15%)
- Officer Skills Assessment Rubric (15%)
- Reception Rubric (20%)
- Interview 1 - 4-H Knowledge Rubric (25%)
- Interview 2 - Leadership & Communication Rubric (25%)
Applicants must receive a total of 80% or higher to be slated for officer. No exceptions.
5 Tips for Students Running for a Student Leadership Office: http://kentjulian.com/5-tips-for-students-running-for-a-ctso-office/
How to Finish Strong as a CTSO Officer or Student Leader: http://kentjulian.com/how-to-finish-strong-as-a-ctso-officer-or-student-leader/
Updated 2/25/15 MAM